Source:Lineage: sbd>?>?>CDR(s)(borrowed) & aud>?>?>cassette(s)(my tape); Lineage:audience tapes>Sony TD-C690 (heads aligned to each tape segment)> Phillips CDR-765>CDDA-R80 X 3>EAC>flac level 8> flacs & checksums with traderslittlehelper CDR > CDR and Analog > CDR transfer October 1999 by arfarf CDR > flac 2011-04-10 by arfarf Transferred by:arf Keywords:Soundboard; arf
Loose Lucy, Beat It On Down The Line, Brown Eyed Women, Mexicali Blues, Tennessee Jed, Looks Like Rain, Box Of Rain, Row Jimmy, Jack Straw, China Cat Sunflower-> I Know You Rider, Me & My Uncle, Bertha, Playin' In The Band, Casey Jones
Here Comes Sunshine, El Paso, You Ain't Woman Enough, They Love Each Other, Big River, Dark Star-> Eyes Of The World-> China Doll, Promised Land, Sugaree, Sugar Magnolia, E: Uncle John's Band, E: One More Saturday Night
Notes on this recording: Although this may be derived from the same analog
source recording as shnid01580, this is a different digital transfer from analog.
This recording varies from 01580 in several respects.
There is no soundcheck or soundboard of the encore.
Casey Jones is cut shorter here than on 01580
A tape and volume jump at approx. 03:46 of Looks Like Rain on 01580 is not present on this recording.
There are surely other differences I have yet to detect.
Also on this recording there are two tracks from a (rough) audience source.
d02t03 (X)Casey Jones is an audience source, with very little missing from the beginning,
and has the end of the song plus applause and set break announcement.
The Encore is entirely from audience source, and is complete all the way through the outro PA tape,
Rainy Day Women #12 & 35.
A friend, (Thanks Sue M.), had lent me the CDR's of the soundboard that she had received
from a supposedly well connected friend in the Madison area.
I added the 2 audience segments from my tapes to "complete" them.
No attempt was made to patch the soundboard, audience tracks are just "tacked on".
Unfortunately, I no longer have access to the audience tapes, I may be able to retrieve them,
but that will not occur in the near future, as the tapes are "up north", approx. 350 miles away.